Student family housing is reserved for married students, single parents, domestic partners, and families only. To be eligible, applicants must be full-time UCLA undergraduate students, graduate students, or postdoctoral appointees at the time of move-in (Postdoctoral appointees have the lowest priority).
Does UCLA have 4 year housing?
At UCLA Housing we have an ambitious long-term goal: to guarantee a place in university-owned housing to all incoming freshmen for all four years of their college career and to all incoming transfer students for two years. See our entire housing master plan.
What are the housing options for UCLA?
On campus, there are multiple types of dorms, each with their own setup. The various types are classics, deluxes, plazas, and suites. Most people are in triples, although doubles and singles are also available.
How much does it cost to live in UCLA dorms?
2021–2022 Estimated Undergraduate Student Budget
|UCLA Residence Halls||Living with Relatives|
|Tuition and Fees||$13,258||$13,258|
|Room and Meals||$16,763||$7,119|
|Books and Supplies||$1,404||$1,404|
Is UCLA Housing first come first serve?
Housing information is available on the UCLA Housing website (https://housing.ucla.edu/). Housing availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Since UCLA housing fills up quickly, we recommend that you apply as early as possible to be guaranteed a room.
Where do most students live at UCLA?
UCLA AND OUR SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOODS
The most common neighborhoods where graduate students live are Westwood, Culver City, West LA (Palms, Mar Vista, Rancho Park, Westchester, etc.), Mid-City, Santa Monica, Venice, Silverlake, Downtown LA, and of course on-campus.
Is it hard to get into UCLA?
How Hard Is It to Get Into UCLA? It’s very competitive to get into UCLA. Each year, UCLA accepts around 14% of its applicants. Put another way, that means that UCLA accepts 14 out of every 100 students that apply.
How much do you have to pay to go to UCLA?
Understand Tuition and Other Costs
|EXPENSES PER ACADEMIC YEAR||CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS||NON-RESIDENTS|
|Tuition and fees*||$13,258||$13,258|
|Room and meals**||$16,763||$16,763|
|Books and supplies||$1,404||$1,404|